• English grammar
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  • 7 English adverbs [0/18]
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  • 9.1 Present tenses in English [0/29]
  • Fill in the correct present tense in English (Score -/-)
  • Exercise about all present tenses in English (Score -/-)
  • Mixed present tenses exercise in English (Score -/-)
  • Practice all the English present tenses (Score -/-)
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  • Adverbs of time in English

    In this chapter the adverbs of time will be explained. The adverbs of time tell us when an action takes time, its duration and frequency. 

    What are adverbs of time in English?

    Adverbs of time in English describe when a certain action takes place, its duration and frequency. They are usually placed at the end of the sentence, but they can be placed at the beginning to emphasize the sentence. 

    Adverbs of time examples:

    • Finally, she showed up after two hours.
    • I went to a party yesterday. 
    • Have you got plans tonight?
    • Tomorrow we will go to the cinema.

    A complete list of adverbs of time  

    The table below shows a list of common adverbs of time. 

    Adverb Example
    Already I have already eaten a banana. 
    After After lunch we will go to the supermarket.
    Before I have never seen her before.
    Ealier She got home earlier then expected.
    Early We have to wake up early
    Eventually Eventually he paid her the money back.
    Finally I finally got a dog for my birthday. 
    First They went home first
    In the morning In the morning we always go for a walk.
    In the afternoon He arrived in the afternoon
    In the evening They will go there in the evening.
    Just just arrived at the office. 
    Last Last Christmas my grandmother came to visit. 
    Late It's too late to go outside. 
    Later She came in later than yesterday. 
    Lately I had a lot of exams lately.
    Next We will see each other next Friday. 
    Now Can you help me with the dishes now?
    Previously Museums are now for free which cost money previously
    Recently I bought a new laptop recently.
    Since I have not seen her since Saturday.
    Soon I hope to see you soon
    Still They are still at the supermarket. 
    Then We go to the mall and then we go home.
    Today Lisa has an exam today
    Tomorrow I will do my homwork tomorrow
    Tonight We are going out for dinner tonight
    Yesterday Yesterday, we went to the cinema. 

    Test your knowledge of the adverbs of time in English with the exercises below.

    Exercises

    Fill in the adverbs of time in English

    Exercise to choose the correct adverb of time in English